Texas Tech Acceleration Program (TTAP) is an innovative alternative admissions program designed to provide a comprehensive and structured learning experience to students initially denied admission to Texas Tech University.
TTAP advising is a collaborative process between the advisor and the student in which the advisor provides the tools and understanding to help students examine themselves, explore their opportunities, and develop action plans for achieving academic success.
Committed to teaching and the advancement of knowledge, Texas Tech University, a comprehensive public research university, provides the highest standards of excellence in higher education, fosters intellectual and personal development, and stimulates meaningful research and service to humankind.
Undergraduate Education champions excellence, particularly in the realm of teaching, research, and scholarship. From faculty and staff development to academic guidance and support for students, we create and support an academic environment that maximizes the opportunity for all members of the university community to pursue and possess academic and professional success.
South Plains College provides a quality learning environment. We are a comprehensive, public, open admissions community college that primarily serves a 15-county region comprising the southern portion of the Texas High Plains. We are committed to providing learning opportunities that are high quality, accessible, flexible, and affordable through academic transfer, technical-vocational, continuing education, workforce development and community service programs. We offer these programs in a learning environment that is innovative, stimulating, compassionate, safe, diverse and supportive of the community. We do so by employing dedicated and qualified teachers, staff members and administrators who deliver a broad and dynamic curriculum and quality student support services. Understanding the diverse needs of students and the community, South Plains College seeks to improve the lives of our students and prepare them for lifelong learning.